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HRD Seminar – Mu-Chieh 'Laura' Ko, UM/Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science – 27 July 2016

Ms. Ko presented a seminar on “An Investigation of the Cyclogenesis Forecast  Ability of the HWRF Model by Invoking   the  GFDL Vortex Tracker”.

ABSTRACT: 

The purpose of this project is to validate the capability of the HWRF basin-scale model to predict cyclogenesis events using the GFDL vortex tracker. 195 more words

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HRD scientist provides NOAA hurricane modeling research overview to the India Meteorological Society, New Delhi, India – 5 July 2016

Dr. Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan presented a seminar to the Delhi Chapter of the India Meteorological Society entitled “Advances and Challenges in Tropical Cyclone Track, Structure and Intensity Predictions”. 54 more words

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Two-part paper on the intensification of Hurricane Edouard released online in Monthly Weather Review

 Summary: Hurricane Edouard (2014) is examined using radar onboard NOAA P-3 aircraft that flew the storm. Two periods are shown, one when the storm was intensifying to a major hurricane and the other when the storm was weakening. 171 more words

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